End of lease Pest Control

If in the tenancy agreement it states that a pest treatment must be carried out at the end of the lease or if a tenant vacates the property before the end of the lease, then this must be done for the tenant to get their bond returned in full. This might be particularly important if pets have been at the property.

If you require an end of lease flea treatment, we can help in providing a prompt, effective and affordable treatment plan. We have been partnering with landlords, real estate agents and tenants to ensure a pest free premises for over 10 years. Contact us for a free no-obligation quote.

For real estate agents, please send your work order to admin@scorpionpest.com.au

Service pricing


Prices starting from

additional fee

key collection fee. Please refer to FAQ for more information


For out of area locations, please call the office

Frequently asked Questions

Q) How much does an end of lease service cost?
Prices start from $99 for a small home/unit in the Hobart region. Additional fees may apply for out of area locations. If you need our technicians to collect and return the house keys from your real estate, there will be an additional fee. Contact us for more information.
Q) Do I need to prepare for the spray?
A pest control treatment is the final step before vacating the property, so if you need to have carpets cleaned, please allow enough time for them to dry prior to your pest service. Any cleaning products will break down the chemical and may render the treatment ineffective.
Q) How long does the service take?
When a house is vacant, it is straightforward to undertake pest control in, this is because all of the rooms can be easily accessed and therefore treated quickly. Most end of lease treatments take from 15 - 20 minutes.
Q) Do I need to be home for the service?
Preferably, but if this is not possible, Scorpion's technicians can collect the property keys from the real estate's office and return them after the service, in Hobart & surrounding suburbs. The tenant will need to organise this. There will be an additional fee.
Q) Who pays for the service?
The first step in determining responsibility for your issue or service is to read the lease agreement. Some tenancy agreements include a clause regarding pest control. In these situations, use your signed agreement as your guide. You may pay by cash or card.
Q) What does the service entail?
An end of lease flea service involves a 'blanketed' surface treatment for the internal areas of the property. Once the service has been completed, you will receive a detailed service report to forward onto your real estate.

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